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Operations Manager

National Leadership Roundtable on Church Management

The operations manager is responsible for high level functioning of all administrative systems and internal communications of the Leadership Roundtable. Responsible for all internal human resources compliance. Responsible for internal application of proper financial, accounting, and governance controls and transparency as described by the Standards for Excellence: An Ethics and Accountability Code for Catholic Nonprofits. Coordinate event logistics for organization events, board meetings, and internal staff meetings.

Contact Information:

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For any questions (no resumes) please contact


The College of St. Scholastica

The College of St. Scholastica, a Catholic Benedictine college in Duluth, Minnesota, seeks its 12th president, following President Larry Goodwin’s 18 years of distinguished service. The new president is expected to take office in the summer of 2016.

Founded in 1912, the College has grown from the original campus in Duluth, Minnesota, to include eight additional extended locations – St. Paul, St. Cloud, Rochester, Brainerd, Inver Grove Heights, Grand Rapids and Cloquet, Minnesota, and the Phoenix, AZ, metro area. A variety of learning options such as online, evening, weekend and accelerated classes are offered for degree and non-degree programs at the extended campuses.

The Duluth campus remains home to traditional undergraduate and graduate programs that span six academic schools grounded in the liberal arts, with excellent professional programs and a particularly strong focus and reputation in the health sciences and nursing. Overlooking Lake Superior, the 186-acre Duluth campus is a beautiful setting with a mix of new and historic buildings. A large on-campus resident population and numerous student groups make the College a vibrant place of community and learning.

The College’s total enrollment is 4,237 for all campuses. In the past decade, there has been substantial growth in the graduate, online, and non-traditional adult student market, with this group comprising half of the student body. The College is served by 174 dedicated full-time faculty members, as well as 184 committed support and administrative members.

In addition to an earned terminal degree and significant demonstrated success in senior leadership within higher education, the next president will understand, support, and embrace Benedictine values and the Catholic intellectual tradition and be able to communicate both within and outside of the College. S/he will also be aware of the spectrum of opinion and conviction on contemporary Catholic issues and their impact on higher education.

Contact Information:

A complete search profile may be found at

The College is being assisted by Academic Search, Inc. Applications and nominations are to be submitted in confidence to The position will remain open until filled, but only applications received by August 15, 2015, will be assured full consideration.

Confidential discussions about this opportunity may be arranged by contacting either of the Senior Consultants:

Maya Ranchod Kirkhope
(703) 380-9195

Jacqueline P. Doud
(310) 597-9042

Executive Director

Catholics for the Common Good Institute

Catholics for the Common Good Institute, is seeking a skilled, entrepreneurial, creative, and energetic Catholic who is faithful to Church teaching, and has organizational management experience to organize and lead an effective high profile organization that seeks to "reintroduce" marriage to a culture who has forgotten its meaning and strives to evangelize the culture by helping people learn ways to promote marriage reality in their families and communities.It will be the responsibility of the Executive Director to implement the strategic direction as outlined by the Board of Directors through leading the day-to-day activities of the organization. This position reports directly to the Board. The Executive Director will receive guidance from the President, and the President will have editorial responsibility over all educational content and messaging.

Contact Information:

Resumes and cover letters can be sent to Kate Sell, Senior Partner at the Kennedy Brownrigg Group,

Catholic Seminary Rector

Mount St. Mary’s Seminary

Mount St. Mary’s Seminary in Emmitsburg, Maryland, the second oldest Catholic Seminary in the United States, is seeking a new Seminary Rector.  Since 1808, the Seminary has served the Catholic dioceses throughout the country in the formation of priests who are faithful and loving followers of Christ.

The Rector serves as the Chief Operating Officer of the Seminary and leads and guides seminarians in the process of priestly formation.  The Rector is also a Vice President of the University and in that role is responsible for implementing the University’s standards of academic excellence as well as for financial and general administrative matters affecting the Seminary.

Letters of application should address the subject of “the challenges and obstacles facing seminaries in the development and formation of priests for the 21st Century,” and should be received no later than June 18, 2015. 

Contact Information:

Interested candidates who have secured their Bishop’s approval to apply, may submit their letter of application, qualifications, personal and professional references, and resume to the Head of the Search Committee, Bishop Paul S. Loverde, Diocese of Arlington, Virginia, 200 N. Glebe Road, Suite 914, Arlington, Virginia 22203, via e-mail:  

Coordinator of Youth Ministry

St. Mary of Sorrows, Fairfax, VA

St. Mary of Sorrows seeks a full-time Coordinator of Youth Ministry. Simply put, we are looking for someone to coordinate our team as we strive to lead teenagers into mature discipleship with Jesus Christ. The position involves running a high school youth ministry program, as well as collaborating and assisting with the junior high youth ministry program.

Degree in Theology or related ­field preferred. Full-time youth ministry experience required.

Contact Information:

Please send resume and cover letter to:

Father Barkett, Pastor

Associate Director of Evangelization

Catholic Diocese of Austin

Ministerial Character
The Bishop is the visible principle and foundation of unity in the particular Church (the diocese) entrusted to him. In a unique and visible way, he makes Christ’s mission present and enduring as Shepherd of the Christian Community. In order to fulfill his mission, the Bishop employs suitable, chosen collaborators (clerics, religious, or lay people). He shares with them the apostolic mission and entrusts various responsibilities to them.

Each position employed in the Diocese of Austin helps to extend the ministry of the Bishop in particular ways as outlined in the job description. Therefore, the employee in this position is closely connected to and assists the Bishop in the performance of his ministry and thereby engages in ministry for the church.

Job Summary:
The Associate Director of Evangelization is responsible for overseeing diocesan programs, initiatives, and resources related to strengthening the Church’s impact in fulfilling its ongoing mission of evangelization. The position reports to the Director of Evangelization, Catechesis and Family Life and operates under general supervision with wide latitude for the use of independent judgment and initiative. 

Contact Information:

The Diocese of Austin only accepts online applications. To apply, please visit our website

Radio Producer & On-Air Talent

EWTN (Washington, D.C.)

TITLE: Radio Producer & On-Air Talent (Washington, D.C.)

LOCATION:  Washington, D.C.

FLSA STATUS/TYPE:  Exempt Salaried

GENERAL SUMMARY: The EWTN Producer & On-Air Talent is responsible for managing all aspects of the Morning Glory radio show ensuring that content meets EWTN broadcast standards.  Develops program ideas consistent with the mission and collaborates with co-hosts and other content contributors.   Responsibilities also include being a member of the on-air team. 


  • Produces all aspects of the radio morning show ensuring that all content meets EWTN broadcast standards:
    • Manages the production of the morning show and all content including webcast.
    • Works in collaboration with co-hosts and other content contributors, participates as a member of the on-air team.
    • Manages rotating schedule of clergy and other on-air participants.
    • Coordinates support staff; call screener, social media, guest bookings (DC & AL).
    • Coordinates participation of EWTN global news and information assets.
    • Signs off on in-show production, ensures recorded messaging is fresh and on target.
    • Supports in production of news, sports, and weather segments.
    • Takes the lead mapping future radio shows, prepares and writes materials (as needed).
    • Keeps abreast of current affairs; religious, secular and pop culture.
  • Other duties as assigned.



  • Minimum of 1-3 years’ experience producing major market radio broadcasts or related experience.
  • Demonstrated understanding of the Catholic Faith, the Magisterium, and how they relate to the programming goals of the network.
  • Demonstrated leadership, ability to work independently with minimum supervision.
  • Prompt and thorough with strong attention to detail and ability to follow through.
  • Ability to collaborate well with others.
  • Ability to work calmly and effectively under pressure, react quickly, meet tight deadlines, and provide solutions.
  • Possess excellent writing skills, ability to generate prep materials and original ideas, and think creatively about how to communicate to audiences.
  • Capacity to ID, troubleshoot & communicate technical & computer problems.



  • Bachelor's Degree in Media or equivalent experience.

Contact Information:

Résumés & cover letter (including salary requirements) should be e-mailed to:  


Director of Liturgical Music and Organist

Sacred Heart Seminary and School of Theology

SACRED HEART SEMINARY AND SCHOOL OF THEOLOGY seeks candidates for a full-time, graduate-level seminary appointment as Director of Liturgical Music and Organist starting August 2015. Applicant must be a Roman Catholic possessing at least a master’s degree, though preference will be given to those with a canonical degree, or Doctor of Sacred Music degree. Candidate will provide evidence of outstanding service playing skills, choral conducting skills, cantor formation and exhibit faithfulness to the General Instruction of the Roman Missal, The General Instruction of the Liturgy of the Hours and Sing to the Lord; Music in Divine Worship. 

Applicants will also demonstrate competence with a wide range of musical styles for the liturgy from Gregorian Chant to contemporary expressions of sung prayer as well as experience in multicultural liturgical music.  As a talented and proficient organist, the successful candidate will play the seminary chapel's 1994 Berghaus II/35rank mechanical action pipe organ. Position may also include teaching responsibilities. 

Contact Information:

The submission deadline is June 30, 2015, although applications will continue to be reviewed until the position is filled. Send letter of interest and curriculum vitae via email to or The Very Rev. Ross Shecterle, President-Rector, Sacred Heart School of Theology, P.O. Box 429, Hales Corners, WI 53130-0429. Located in a suburb of Milwaukee, Sacred Heart School of Theology ( is a Roman Catholic seminary specializing in priestly formation for men of all ages with a specific emphasis on seminarians over 30 years of age. 

Elementary Teachers

St. Benedict Elementary, Boston MA

A Classical Education

St. Benedict Elementary, an independent K-6 school in the classical Catholic tradition located 30 minutes west of Boston, is seeking to build its talented faculty for the 2014-15 academic year.  Celebrating its inauguration in September 2013, SBE strives to cultivate intellectual and moral virtue in the pursuit of academic excellence, in a joyful and faithful Catholic environment.  Visit to learn about our distinctive mission.

Contact Information:

Please send resume, cover letter, and three references to: